"Typical Russians! Any smile can hide a lie, as they say. Always the same: strap you in, last look as if they never see you again, they close hatch, and finally, rumble of rocket, something push you down, shaking, shaking and then — nothing. Floating. Weightless. Free." - Comet
Vostok 1K has crash-landed somewhere in Siberia. It's -40 degrees Celsius outside - and the Russians don't know exactly where their cosmonauts are. Can they reach Comet and Shutka in time? Does this spell the end for two brave dogs of the Soviet space program?